Stefan 'Juno6' Schulz gives jazz house a good — nay, great — name here. 'Woe and Flatter', produced with minimal computer interference, is stunning, with its gentle Rhodes-style keys, percussion fading in and out, pinned down by a pulsing four-four kick. 'The Session' and 'Rnapo Pina' are all languid and off-kilter, the former with echoes of muted horns, the latter weighed down with rasping synths. 'Hey There Buddy' is a wondrous, spacious groove, like St Germain at the Panorama Bar. Love this.